Paz Financiera is a series of six DVDs in which financial expert
Andres Gutierrez will teach you the same common-sense principles of
money management—building wealth, dumping debt, and budgeting—that he
has been teaching others for years. In a fast-paced, entertaining and
humorous style, Andres will change the way you think about money. Get
ready to change your family tree forever!
Video available only in Spanish
In Paz Financiera, Andres covers the following subjects in a series of six DVDs:
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- Súper Ahorros: Learn the seven Baby Steps
that will guide you through your journey to Financial Peace. You will also
learn the three key reasons why you should save money—and why you must start
- Relacionándonos con el
Dinero: Learn why it's important
for spouses to communicate and work together toward success. Also, singles will
learn the importance of teamwork and accountability, and parents will find out
how to teach their kids about money.
- El Flujo del Dinero: Unlock the secret of developing a monthly spending plan that works.
- Sacúdase de las Deudas: It's time to debunk some common debt myths! Andres reveals
the truth about credit lies and gives you a plan to walk out of debt with
- Chupacabras en Corbatas: What is a credit score,
anyway? Join Andres as he unpacks your credit rating and shows you how to
handle collectors when they call.
- El Gran Malentendido: Warning! This lesson will
challenge the way you think about money. Andres will show you how generous
giving can completely transform your attitude and improve your finances,
business and relationships.
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In these six DVDs, Andres will explain the key concepts and principles that will set you up for lifelong financial success. Only available in Spanish. Start a Class
"Andres is opening the door that is changing the history of the Hispanic community!"
—Pastor Neil P.
"Andres shares his knowledge and motivates us to be more disciplined."
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